The House passed House Bill 92 last month, and it is already out of committee in the Senate, apparently ready for action next week. The bill passed by a vote of 33-1-1-6, with only Rep. Sean Lynn voting no, and Rep. Madinah Wilson-Anton not voting, and other six Represenatives absent, as you can see in the chart below.
This bill would require drivers to change lanes or reduce their speed while approaching a stationary vehicle that is on the right or left shoulders that has its blinking double hazard lights on, or has road flares displayed or has traffic ones deployed, or any other caution or warning signs.
|House Bill 92 – Changing Lanes to avoid disabled vehicles and other hazards||Currrent Status – House Passed 33-1-1-6. Out of Committee in Senate.|
|House Sponsors – Carson, Cooke, Gray, Heffernan, Osienski, Williams // Short||Senate Sponsors – Hansen, Lockman, Sokola, Sturgeon, Walsh // Hocker, Richardson|
|House Yes Votes – Baumbach Bolden Bush Carson Cooke Dorsey-Walker Griffith Harris Johnson Lambert Longhurst Matthews Minor-Brown Morrison Osienski Parker-Selby Phillips Romer Schwartzkopf Williams // Briggs King Collins Dukes Hensley Hilovsky Morris Postles Ramone Short Smith Spiegelman Vanderwende Yearick||Senate Yes Votes –|
|House No Votes – Lynn||Senate No Votes –|
|House Absents or Not Voting – Chukwuocha, Gray, Heffernan, Wilson-Anton, Neal, Moore, Shupe||Senate Absent or Not Voting –|
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